Shorties (An Interview with Maaya Eitan, Martha Wainwright on Her New Memoir, and more)

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BOMB interviewed author Maaya Eitan.

Martha Wainwright discussed her new memoir Stories I Might Regret Telling You with the New York Times.

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NPR Music recommended the week’s best new albums.

The A.V. Club recommended summer music festivals.

Buffy Saint-Marie played a Tiny Desk Concert.

Selma Blair talked books and reading with the New York Times.

Vulture interviewed Florence + the Machine’s Florence Welch.

Alison Espach recommended novels about sisters at Publishers Weekly.

The Creative Independent interviewed musician Hayley Dahl.

The New York Times recommended the best new books of the week.

Orlando Weekly profiled singer-songwriter John Vanderslice.

Electric Literature interviewed author Tajja Isen.

Bandcamp Daily explored Australia and New Zealand’s Americana scene.

Kirkus interviewed author Pyae Moe Thet War.

Stereogum reconsidered Beach House’s Bloom album on its 10th anniversary.

Bookworm interviewed author Michelle Huneven.

Stream a new song by Wet.

Author Jokha Alharthi and translator Marilyn Booth discussed their novel Bitter Orange Tree at Electric Literature.

Valerie June covered Mazzy Star’s “Fade into You.”

The Guardian profiled author Sara Nović.

Stream a new song by Katie Bejsiuk.

Ada Limón shared tips on writing a poetry collection at Literary Hub.

Stream a new song by Party Dozen.

The New York Times Magazine shared a new essay by Melissa Febos.

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